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you just heard from the president. here is the secretary of state. >> america has unique capabilities and we will bring them to bear to help our european and canadian allies and air partners stop further violence against civilians, including through the effective implementation of a no fly zone. the u.s. will not deploy ground troops but there should be no mistaking our commitment to this effort. >> secondary clinton arrived at the emergency summit of 22 european, north american and arab leaders and diplomats in paris. the french president hosted the meeting in paris and he and other leaders say qaddafi had left the international community no other choice but to intervene in order to enforce the united nations resolution and save the lives of libyan citizens. >> we are doing this in order to protect the civilian populations from the murderous madness of a regime that by killing its own people has for fitted all legitimacy. >> we have to enforce the will of the united nations and cannot allow the slaughter of civilians to continue. >> the involvement of arab nations including jordan an
before you to proclaim tonight america is a land where dreams can come true for all of us. [cheers and applause] >> greta: geraldine ferraro a celebration of life. we look back at vice presidential candidate geraldine ferraro's life and legacy. she died yesterday at the age of 75 after a fierce 12 year battle with blood cancer. everyone, men and women, and, yes, of both political parties were excited when ferraro bloke that glass ceiling for women. as you know, she has the first female vice presidential candidate. in 1984 walter mondale asked ferraro to join his democratic ticket. he eventually lost in a landslide to ronald reagan. her place in history was cemented. proud to be the first woman on a presidential ticket. sheet was also proud to be the first italian american woman on a ticket and she let us all know that prior to running for vice president, she was a lawyer and three-term congresswoman from the city of new york. the burrow of queens. she served ambassador to the yaptions commission on heim rights. she also had a television career first at cnn and several years later s
it are radical al-qaeda sympathizers who hate america as much or more than qaddafi did. you know, i think that that is part of the ambiguity. we don't clearly want a rebel sweeping victory until we know who the hell the rebels are. >> and that is part the problem. i don't know that our intelligence agencies were able to get a clear understanding of who are the rebels are. qaddafi certainly is brutal to his own citizens but my gosh so the president of china. they have been brutal to our citizens and we a red carpet welcome and have him over for dinner. kim jong il. we haven't attacked north korea or syria or yemen. there are places all over the world where you have incredibly hideously. >> geraldo: do we have boots on the ground? i want to get that answered to the extent that we can answer it despite the president's promise that we would not commit ground forces. the senior intelligence officer for coalition land forces during the iraq war. do we or don't we? boots on the ground. many of my colleagues argue with me. i say no, the stakes are too high and the risk reward equation would say n
is not planning to send in u.s. ground troops. during the first day of his trip to latin america, aides emphasized the commander in chief was briefed several times on libya and will continue to receive updates as needs in the hours and days ahead. some of the work delayed several of the events here in brazil with the president here. the president spoke about this effort in libya. >> i'm deeply aware of the risks of any military action no matter what limits we place on it. i want the american people to know that the use of force is not our first choice. and it is not a choice that i make lightly. >> it is not clear how long the military action will need to go and whether it will convince the libyan dictator moammar qaddafi to lead. the u.s. officials are helping the american role in all of this will be using its significant military firepower up front. the timing of this is interesting. coming 8 years to the day after the launch of the iraq war. white house aides say there is no plan to cut president obama's latin america tour short. >> geraldo: if there is any news from latin america we willle bri
that? >> as i said sdrugs are easy to fievendz. we are in the entertainment capital of america. the more people there are the more drugs there are. >> why crack? >> because people are resorting to making it at home now. >> it is attracting younger kids with easier access to drugs than alcohol. >> as we would walk past the club we smell the obvious aroma of people smoking dope, but the stronger drugs are out there, too. >> yeah, there are every where. chances are you will smell that on the street also. >> obviously this is going on it's easy to get. what about the young kids? >> i see a lot of kids running around. a lot of them are in such a hurry to grow up they don't realize how dangerous it is to flirt with what they are doing. there are a lot of kids doing heavy drugs. >> like what? >> heroin. there are teens out there on heroin. >> you have seen it? >> i have seen them on it. i know the difference. there's a lot of that going on. it's sad. kids are carrying around pills popping pills doing heroin now. it's sad. >> and crack. >> everything. >> if they can smoke it chances ar
network in america. >> from america's news headquarters i am marianne rafferty. frightening video in a standoff leaves one police officer dead and another critically wounded. (gun shots) >> police going into a house to investigate a sexual assault a swat team could be seen rushing a woman out of the house and into an armored vehicle with shots being fired. that standoff lasting 6 hours. the suspect was later found dead after an apparent self-inflicted gun shot wound. gas prices jumping $0.07 in the past two weeks. putting the average price of regular at 3.50 a gallon. blaming the turmoil in libya for the continuing up toward trend. gas prices jumped nearly $0.33 a gallon in the prior two-week period. drivers paid the most in san francisco. i am marianne rafferty now back to geraldo at large. >> we all seek to be free. we all seek to be heard. we all yearn to live without fear or discrimination. we all yearn to choose how we are governed. we all want to shape our own destiny. these are not american ideals or brazilian ooeds -- ideals or we ideals they are rights and we must enforce
on the fastest, most advanced 4g network in america. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] introducing purina one beyond, a new food for your cat or dog. >>> welcome back to our two-hour special coverage, fox news is 24-7 on this story now. the cruise missile attacks on libyan air defenses we've become part of the civil war in libya. is that a good or bad thing? you can have your opinions about that but there is no doubt that we're in it. we're joined now wally baris is in washington, d.c. fox news middle east expert and here in new york kt mcfarland who helped write the doctrine on limited war with specific objectives. welcome all. they join our already-distinguished panel. how are we doing so far? >> i'm concerned because i don't think there is a clearly defined objective. in un terms and what the president has said is that we want fro detective the innocent there. is nothing but b.regime change or said we'll take all measures to protect the innocent but what happens next? i think the military part will be just great that. will go well, but then what do you do? who do you hand the government ov
drugs are easy to find. it so happens we're in the entertainment capitol of america. the more people, the more drugs there are. >> why is crack popular? >> people are resorting to making it at home now. >> the notorious hollywood club scene is attracting younger kids with easier access to drugs than alcohol. >> so as we walk past a club, we can smell the obvious aroma of people smoking dope but the stronger drugs are out there, too. >> yeah. they're everywhere. chances are you'll smell that, too. on the street out here. >> this is going on. it's easy to get. what about young kids? >> this? i see a lot of kids running around and there is -- it's sad. a lot of them are such in a hurry to grow up. i don't think they realize how dangerous it is to flirt with whatever they're taking. >> there are kids out there doing heavy drugs. >> like what? >> heroin. teenagers out there on heroin. >> you've seen it?. >> i've seen them on it and i know the difference. there is a lot of that going on. it's sad. it's really sad. kids are carrying around pills, popping pills, doing heroin now. it's sad. >
morning america", cnn, last night on abc and access hollywood. ref i show except the one he should be -- on every show except the one he should be on, celebrity rehab. >> geraldo: welcome to the show. i'm geraldo rivera this is a fox news alert. as we speak, charlie sheen is about to broadcast live from his home. which he has dubbed silver valley lodge. broadcast to the entire world. who better to review the substance of what he's saying than my first case casey jordan. the 20 to-year-old former high school cheerleader from oregon who went to los angeles to become a porn star. who on january 25th, spent a drug fueled night with charlie sheen which ended with i am had -- with him in the hospital. he is about to begin one of the weirdest, wildest, most twisted trips ever. was he kind of the perfect customer for you? >> i would say so because i'm a party girl. i was excited to meet charlie for the first time. >> geraldo: did you agree to a certain price before you went over? >> yes, $5,000 to party for night and about home in the morning. >> geraldo: what does party entail? a text mes
awkwardly timed visit south of the border, latin america's move in recent decades to mostly democracies could serve as an example to the middle east that freedom is possible after decades of repression, that change is possible. mike emmanuel is traveling with the president. here is mike. >> national security advisor says president obama is very focused on the role as commander in chief making sure his military team has clear direction on lib yachl the president received three briefings today here in brazil. first with his chief of staff and national security advisor with top military brass provide thirg assessment. secretary of state clinton talking about efforts and then, a discussion of next phases. mr. obama and the team want arab involvement and involved in the libya effort. the president called a key arab partner, king abdullah of jordan. here in rio the president engaged in outreach with the brazilian people and spoke to the nation of bra yil and touched on libya and the middle east. >> we've seen the people of libya take a stand against a regime determined to brutalize citizens.
assistance is needed as america will stand with japan as they recover and rebuild. geraldo the u.s. military already fully engaged in its relief effort. the u.s. air carrier and battle group conducting more than 20 missions on sunday alone. they are resuming obviously. there are many u.s. military assets in the region with the naval base there. the air station and u.s. bases on okinawa all contributing. the nuclear regulatory commission also lending help. scientists in boil reactor systems have been deployed with their expertise with the u.s. designed reactors in japan. geraldo? >> quickly to kimberly guilfoyle. hi, you know, he said cash donations but i worry about cash donations. >> you should be worried about cash donations. if you are working with the ivent national red cross or u.s. aid or save the children those are organizations doctors without borders who have consistently been really helpful in these types of situations you can trust them. other people are trying to take advantage and make a quick buck here. don't give them cash research the institution ask for financial papers of a
japanese americans call the state of california home. that is more than anywhere else in america. little tokyo is a bustling district. you can image the news of that devastating tsunami swept through and they mobilized quickly as well organizing fund raisers trying to do what they can to send cash within the region. an awful lot of people are clued to the television watching the coverage many have families living in japan and have been trying to reach them over the last few days. as we have been hearing time achd time again communications is crippled and it made getting ahold of their loved ones an arduous d task. listen? >> first thought i had is how is my family. my entire dad's side including my dad live in japan. we haven't been able to get in contact with any one. >> horrible waiting game many turning into the internet and facebook and twitter trying to get ahold of their loved ones. >> thank you very much. the earthquake and tsunami in japan will go down as by far the most expensive catastrophe ever with the exception of katrina with insured losses perhaps $35 billion. that puts it
vacations at travelocity. [ gnome ] it's go time. >>> from america's news headquarters i'm marianne rafferty. the biggest crowd yet descending on wisconsin's capitol building. madison police estimating 85 to 100,000 people showed up today to protest cuts to public workers collective bargaining rights. it comes a day after the governor signed the antiunion measure into law. >>> and mexican police report armed thugs have kidnapped an american professor in the border town of ciudadjuared. an archaeologist at north american arizona university. she was visiting her mother's home when she was kidnapped. at least 39 u.s. citizens were killed there last year. i'm marianne rafferty. now, back to "geraldo at large." >> geraldo: with all eyes focused on japan and libya, a horrific traffic accident on i-95 in new york resulted in the deaths of 14 people. all residents of new york's chinatown. they were tracking dean traveling in a bus coming back to the i stigma fro city from e began sun casino. the bus overturned at high speeds and was slided in two from one end to the other after it collided with a su
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